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Alex FitchPanel Borders: Home and away (October 7, 2012)

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An episode of Panel Borders: Alex Fitch talks to Amruta Patil, Gary and Warren Pleece about their graphic novels, Kari, Adi Parva and The Great Unwashed.

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Artist/Composer: Alex Fitch
Date: 2012-10-07
Source: Resonance FM
Keywords: episode; Resonance 104.4 FM; comic books; Escape Books; Panel Borders; Alex Fitch; talks; Amruta Patil; Gary Pleece; Warren Pleece; graphic novels; Kari; Adi Parva; The Great Unwashed

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Press release: "Starting a month of shows about the depiction of travel in comic books, Alex Fitch talks to creators from Brighton and Delhi about their graphic novels which mix autobiography with fantastical elements. Gary and Warren Pleece discuss The Great Unwashed, a new collection of early self-published and small press work now available as the first release from Paul Gravett and Peter Stanbury’s Escape Books in 20 years; stories within include tales of piracy, gangsters and magical realism from contemporary Brighton Pier to 1970s New York and a prologue to their next release, Montague Terrace. Amruta Patil discusses her graphic novels Kari and Adi Parva which respectively tell the story of a young lesbian and her group of friends and acquaintances in a modern day Indian city, and a fully painted adaptation of the first book of The Mahabharata, both available from Harper Collins."

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